360° Cure Artists

 

 

Strike Moshe

 
Strike Moshe

But where other dreams where pursued by her peers, Moshe remained rooted in music, particularly. "Not just because I was raised in a Christian family but also because I realised that spreading the word of God can be turned into a career". That was back in 1990. Today, he is one of Tswane's gospel scene's most prominent artist. He has since released more than four albums since 2003.

He speak fondly of the moment he got his deal. He was in a duo called Bee Strike. They were scheduled to record their album. However, the plans where put on hold by the studio's scheduling so they had to continue waiting their turn. Fate intervened one day when Moshe went to the studio with kwaito producer Babs Rabede, whose credentials include working with Mzekezeke.

"He had the melody of a song but didn't know the lyrics. He started playing, I started singing and had an offer to come record my album the very next day". What followed was further proof that faith and perseverance pats handsomely.

 

Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo

 
Strike Moshe

The executive chairman, Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo is the son of the late Agnes Bereng who was a domestic worker and singer and Stephen Mahumapelo who was an entrepreneur. Supra was born and grew up in the small village of Manamolela in Tswaing area and currently resides with his family in Mafikeng.

His singing talent was discovered in the Methodist Church (Young Men's Guilt) when he was still a young boy and he also participated actively in the school choirs.

His songs are mainly a blend of church hymns, politics and cultural music. Currently the chairman is also the Provincial Chairperson of the ANC and the Speaker of the NW Provincial Legislature. He holds a Masters Degree in Political Economy from the University of Port Elizabeth (UPE).

For many years he has been wishing to establish a music band and this was achieved in Nov 2010 when the Cure Band was put together. 360 Degrees Cure has been registered as a private company to pursue his passion in music and cultural issues coupled with an objective to grow and advance as an entrepreneur.

In Dec 2011 360 Degrees Cure produced his single album called "Tseleng e thata" This album was recorded live at Mafikeng convention center at North West province. And more than 3 000 copies of that single album were sold out at ANC 100yrs centenary celebration that was held on the 8th January 2012 at Mangaung in Free State province.

On the 4th of May 2012 at Sun city, Rustenburg in the North West province 360 Degrees Cure officially launched Supra Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo as an artist and his music album called "No easy road". This album which consists of 10 tracks it's a combination of culture, gospel and jazz music; it's a hit music whereby everyone will enjoy it.

Supra Mahumapelo Foundation